I'm certainly not sure where I want to be. I've made threads before, however, those were months ago and I feel I should update my opinions and ideas regularly to see if anyone can help me decide where I want to be.
I'm stuck between becoming a psychologist or a physician, not sure which kind yet.
I've made a Pro-Con list as to why I think both would be good for me:
-I'm empathetic to the needs of others.
-I understand how to talk to people when they are depressed or anxious.
-I find the human mind fascinating
-Not enough money
-Can have multiple high-risk patients for a magnitude of time
-I'm in love with biology, as well as neuroscience and biopsychology.
-I find myself to react quickly and calmly when stressed, but not when anxiety attacks.
-I'm always wanting to learn, always. There isn't anything I'm curious about
-Money making is slow in the beginning years.
-High amounts of stress.
-I may actually have to touch people.
-Long, long, long hours.
If anyone can help me, please do!